This is coolbert:
From that prior blog entry:
"troops deployed without that necessary proper degree of prudence and caution. INERRANT, POOR OR NON-EXISTENT RADIO SECURITY PERHAPS IN ADDITION A FACTOR."
NOT ONLY AMERICAN SOLDIERS ENGAGE IN POOR OR NON-EXISTENT RADIO SECURITY PRACTICES. SEEMS MOST EVERYONE ELSE DOES IT TOO!
1. "24 Jan. Lebanese sources: Iranian general's cell phone gave him away"
"Israeli intelligence was able to locate and keep tabs on Iranian General Mohammed Ali Allah Dadi, who was killed in an Israeli air strike on the Golan on Jan. 18, because he persisted in keeping his cell phone switched on. Israeli eavesdroppers listened in on his conversations and were able to pin down his exact whereabouts."
"28 Jan. Hizballah targeted IDF commanders on an inspection tour of northern border security"
"Iran's Lebanese proxy, Hizballah, from its Mt. Dov (Shabaa Farms) outpost, used six anti-tank rockets and roadside bombs for an ambush which killed at an IDF officer and a soldier, traveling in unarmored vehicles Wednesday, Jan. 28, DEBKAfile's military sources report. Seven soldiers were injured.
2. "29 Jan. Israel suspects Kfar Ghajar spies tipped off Hizballah on IDF convoy"
NOT ONLY is it suspected that local spies gave away the Israeli command inspection convoy. Poor radio security too is thought to be a culprit.
"The IDF is also probing the use made by the servicemen in the convoy of civilian cell phone networks, which are known to be wide open to Iranian and Russian eavesdropping from across the border in Syria and Lebanon."
NOT SO much radio security but rather radio insecurity. Yesterday, today, tomorrow, forever.